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I have no issues with my PNY 570 overclocked, running at 1100V. Can't see why so many people are saying their cards are dying.
    
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your 570 is clocked = to mine and i need 1.118 volts... dam you. But ya i would stay off 570 cards with overclocking, but 580 is a beast. beats old 480 by a bit.
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